Lindy Booth is a Canadian actress. She is best known for her roles in films such as "Kick-Ass 2" and "Wrong Turn," as well as television series "The Librarians" and "The Famous Jett Jackson."
Canadian actress Lindy Booth is certainly someone you could stand to look at all day, which is probably why she has been cast in over 65 films and television series since her career began as a cast member on the children's series "Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension" in 1998. Well, her tremendous talent as an actress sure has a lot to do with it, too. That talent stems from her childhood, and particularly her days as a high school drama student.
Lindy was born in Oakville, Ontario, Canada on April 2, 1979. As a child, she and her sister would write plays that they would then perform for their family. It was this early love of acting and the theatrical that would motivate Lindy to focus on acting while she attended T.A. Blakelock High School. Awarded numerous awards for outstanding achievements in drama even back then, she knew that there was no better time to get an agent and start pursuing professional acting gigs right out of high school. So, after graduating in 19997 and with the help of her former drama teacher, she acquired and agent and began attending auditions regularly.
Sure enough, it wasn't long before Lindy's career was booming. After her stint on "Eerie, Indiana," she made many guest appearances on television series and even landed a small role in the film "Detroit Rock City" within a few short years. This was followed by two regular roles on the series "Relic Hunter" and "The Famous Jett Jackson," which both ran from 1999 to 2001. It was this early success that gained Lindy the traction to go on to star in countless films and series and remain actively busy throughout her career.